Fury at ‘neglectful’ parents of boy who ASKED to play in gorilla’s pen before crawling in – forcing zoo to shoot silverback dead while it ‘protected’ the child 

Originally posted on Remember The 14 Words :
?? A 400-pound gorilla named Harambe who was shot dead by Cincinnati Zoo officials just one day after his 17th birthday has sparked an outcry of emotion as mourners called it a ‘senseless death’. Many are placing the blame squarely on the parents of a four-year-old boy, who investigators… Continue reading Fury at ‘neglectful’ parents of boy who ASKED to play in gorilla’s pen before crawling in – forcing zoo to shoot silverback dead while it ‘protected’ the child 

For Mother 2.0

Last year I was on my community service year in the field of physiotherapy. I missed seeing familiar faces and the smell of home. It is in these moments that I thought about my mother. Shes the one who gave me strength when I wanted to give up and the one who cried when I … Continue reading For Mother 2.0

19 Years Young

I love people, real events;real stories. This poem I wrote for my mother. It’s more so fitting to be published now 5 years later (since that’s how long it took me to write the squeal, but you’ll have to wait a little longer for that, what with editing and such) on the day before her … Continue reading 19 Years Young

I remember

Today you are being late to rest after your untimely death. At 29 years old you are gone too soon. This poem is just for you, plain, simple and straightforward, just like you liked to see the world. I will miss you and I will never forget you. Watch over us my angel… Continue reading I remember

Johnson & Johnson to pay $72m in case linking baby powder to ovarian cancer

Originally posted on Atlas Monitor:
The Guardian | 24 Feb 2016 Jury in Missouri orders pharmaceutical company to pay damages to family of deceased woman who claimed talcum powder caused her cancer A Missouri jury has awarded $72m to the family of a woman who died from ovarian cancer, which she said was caused by… Continue reading Johnson & Johnson to pay $72m in case linking baby powder to ovarian cancer